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a pleasant good morning to you, it is 6:00 a.m. on this saturday, may 7. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." we're following breaking news, nearly a dozen people are pulled out of a burning apartment building in montgomery county overnight. we'll have an update on the situation. also two people sent to the hospital after a fight leads to a stabbing. details straight ahead. rain rain, please please go away. the delaware valley is soggy from a week of all that gloomy
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weather. the big question this morning when will it all end? meteorologist chris sowers hopeful live he has the answer. he better has the answer. he has a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris when is it going to end? >> reporter: it will end tomorrow and later this afternoon. we have another day of morning showers and maybe a couple of afternoon showers not looking like a washout like yesterday. maybe a little bit better and seeing peeks of sunshine later on. today is not that bad and tomorrow is a million times better. center city skyline it's difficult to make anything out here, because the low-level clouds that are producing this, as we flip it to the radars. you can see the counter clockwise swirl over southern new jersey and new castle county, delaware. that's the low pressure center itself cut off from the main flow of the upper levels in the atmosphere. it's not able to move. a cold front will pick it up tomorrow and kick it out so sea
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and we'll see return the sunshine. route 322 it's a slow go over the commodor barry bridge and into delaware county. we're seeing heavier downpours. also 202 in northern new castle county. 295 into woodbury, slow go. heavier town bores on the delsea drive. if you're not seeing downpours you're seeing mist and drizzle. low 50s, south and east. saint davids. 48. quakertown, 47. warrington, 47. glassboro, 56 degrees, cinnaminson, 48. agenda beach, 49 and dover, checking in at 51. forecast for today, morning showers and by afternoon there could be a couple of showers around we're expecting to see peeks of sunshine. 55 degrees by 1 1:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 62. 5:00 p.m., 64 that should be the high for today which will be better than the last several
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days we were stuck in the 50s, normally we should be around 70. when i return we'll talk about the full sunshine and temperatures close to 08 in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. keep handy on all your devices all weekend long and heading into mother's day tomorrow. storm tracker 6 live double scan radar will let you know when any changes are expected in the area. time 6:03 we want to get you back to breaking news, a house fire in norristown, montgomery county has injured nine people. we know at least three of them were children pulled from the burning home. the fire erupted in a house that was the converted into apartments on dekalb street near oak street. we got reaction from the man who lives up the street. he said he heard the commotion and ran outside and saw the terrifying scene. i walked up [inaudible]
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a nearby cvs served triage for first responders tending to the injured. the fire is under control. "action news" will bring you updates as the investigation continues. new information to tell you about this morning. two men are in the hospital after they were stabbed behind a northeast philadelphia strip mall. this happened late last night in a parking lot in the 6200 block of bustleton avenue. one man was stabbed in the back, the other man in the hand. police say both victims are not their 30s, no arrests have been made. investigators are sorting out a motive. today philadelphia will say goodbye to former philadelphia police commissioner, willie williams. current commissioner, ross led a parade of hundreds of police officers into the funeral home. it was the first of two public
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viewings for williams who died last week. he was 72 years old. a second viewing will be held at zion baptist church, funeral services follow. presumptive presidential nominee holds rallies in washington state. protesters gathered in oregon as the plane arrived there. oregon and washington state hold primaries this month. bob dole is among the latest to endorse trump while others say they will not. hillary clinton focused on trump during a rally she held in oakland, california. she claims trump does not care for equal pay for women because he does not think much of women. clinton's democratic challenger, bernie sanders vows to take his
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fight for the candidacy to the convention. tomorrow he holds a rally in rutgers before heading to atlantic city monday. mitt romeny is considering a third-party candidate to take on donald trump. he met with william kristol to talk about an independent challenger to take on trump. romney said he will not run as a third party candidate. back in march he called trump a fraud. a local airmen pulled off the ultimate surprise, he returned home a little early from his overseas deployment and decided to give his little girl a surprise. >> reporter: she didn't see him coming, but felt a attach on her shoulder. it took the 6-year-old a minute or two to realize that the uniformed man crouching in front of her was her dad, home a day early to surprise her and her
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first grade class a surprise. the sergeant has been deployed to southwest asia for the last 7 month months. else a cargo transport officer in the airport who couldn't be happier to have his daughter back in her arms. she was a little stunned, she didn't recognize me right away. i'm happy to see him. >> reporter: how does he look, good? ah-huh. >> reporter: sergeant avery has been in the airport for 17 years, being away is tough, but the homecomings are wonderful. terrific, no complaints. i'm excited. the first graders were excited to see him while deployed classmates sent
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valenetine's and letters. now he is home the first thing she wants to see with her dad? see a movie with him. >> reporter: what movie? the jungle book. i have plans now. all right. >> reporter: in marlton, nora muchanic channel 6 "action news." welcome home, sergeant avery. it has happened again a bounce house goes airborne while children are inside. plus we'll share with you these spectacular views from space of the northern lights. >> reporter: the weather is not very nice, gray and gloomy, showers across new jersey and the western suburbs, brighter days ahead. i'll show you when in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. knowledge i have asthma...
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so glad you stayed with us, look at this these are pictures of a bounce house that was sent across a field by strong winds. a group of kids was inside when it was airlifted ascertain ten students and adults were hurt. all injuries were non-life threatening. a car crashed into the roof of a warehouse in pittsburgh. it caused the bridge to give
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way. the parking lot was part of an apartment complex. 8 adults and seven chin were evacuated -- children were evacuated as a precaution. heavy rain may have contributed to the collapse. nobody was hurt. heavy rain was likely for a sinkhole in montgomery county. upper merion township police say river road will be closed in both directions from swedeman's road to 4th street for an extended period of time while crews make the extended repairs there. speaking of rain, meteorologist chris sowers has been tracking the rain, you told us last weekend this week would be a rainy event. >> reporter: i said all day everyday next week there will be a chance of rain. it's been gray and gloomy, i don't know how they deal with it in places like seattle and
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portland. it's been ms.errable, everyday i forced myself to get out of bed and off the couch and get to the gym. it's been one of those weeks. when you look out the window, you kind of feel the same way, gray and gloomy and low-level clouds and of course we have more showers out there this morning. we're zoom into southern new jersey, gibbs and western part of philadelphia seeing wet weather. where you are not picking up showers you're seeing mist or drizzle and cooler temperatures. today we're shooting for a high of 64. so better, at least we see the return of peeks of sunshine. tomorrow is the day we see full sun there by afternoon. bright blue skies. coastal flood advisories in effect this evening. you'll have flooding issues for the oceanfront and new jersey and the delaware beaches and
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delaware bay in cumberland. we're dealing with a new moon because of the easterly windy and the rain we've seen over the last few days, and the new moon, tides will run two to three feet above normal. lang is checking in at 48. satellite and radar, showing there's the cut off low sitting over the top of the mid atlantic states with nowhere to go, but we have good news as you see to the west. this is the cold front, the kicker that will push it into the can a -- canadian maritimes. the jet stream has been up here all week long, once this low drops in from canada, the jet stream to the north, left this guy behind, it's been gray and gloomy and miserable, nine out of the of the last 11 days we've seen measurable rainfall in
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philadelphia. cloudy today, peeks of sunshine and areas could see leftover showers. overnight tonight we'll increase the clouds with the approaching cold front. there's mother's day, 7:00 a.m., cold front knocking on the door, cloudy skies for everybody, scattered showers. by afternoon the front is racing off to the east, kicks the upper level low out to sea, wall-to-wall blue skies and gusty breeze and ton of sunshine looks really nice. 64 degrees in philadelphia. scattered showers, cloudy skies, peeks of sunshine. reading, 63. millville, 62. upper 50s for the jersey shore. overnight tonight we'll see showers late after midnight. temperatures close to 50 degrees for just about everybody. mother's day, morning shower early between 7 and 9:00 a.m. clouds and sunshine, the afternoon looks spectacular. breezes pick up. lunchtime, temperature, 62. 4:00 p.m., 67 degrees. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 72 degrees monday, partly sunny skies,
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today, scattered showers, we'll give it a 6 or 7 on a scale of are one to ten, tomorrow, 8 or 9. monday, 72 degrees, tuesday, clouds and sun, high of 70. wednesday, thursday, friday, it turns a little unsettled again, a couple of showers and thunderstorm threats, by friday it's cloudy with a little bit of rain and high of 70 degrees. the good news with that is, it looks like three days and not 13 days, or whatever the heck it's break-in at this point. seems like we'll get sun for mother's day which is good. >> reporter: a lot of of it. 6:16 a.m. take a look at the spectacular pictures of the aurora borealis, they were taken from the international space station. he tweeted that the sky looked like it was on flier, the northern lights are electrons colliding with the upper reaches of the earth's atmosphere giving
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you this incredible picture. your time 6:19 back to
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breaking news, major update, tragic update coming from norristown, montgomery county. we have learned that two kids and one adult are dead as a result of the fire there. this is on dekalb street near oak street, two kids and one adult dead after a serious fire. we are told producer correct me
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if i am wrong, two children, one adult dead in the fire this morning in norristown, montgomery county. we know several people had to be pulled from the building. we're hearing two adults and one child dead, so we could take that down from the screen, that's incorrect. we're hearing two adults and one child dead in the fire. we'll following this developing story from norristown, montgomery county how this fire turned deadly. you can get the latest at the time 6:20. it seems to me americans were in the car-buying mood last month. more than 1.5 million vehicles were sold, honda led the way 14.5% increase in cars. nissan rose 13%, the winner toyota rav iv broke the monthly
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record with sales up to 32%. fiat will have self driving minivans in the chrysler pacifica. it's the first time a silicon valley firm has teamed up with a traditional car producer. google chrome has knocked microsoft internet explorer from it's top spot. both did better than fire forks and apple safari. microsoft edge is using a new web browser for windows 10. if you're sick of the high cable bills, but not ready to cut the cables. hulu will launch a service for $40 a month. the package will come with a select group of channels
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where the opposite occurred where it looks like something like this where all the bad weather was out to sea. we had comfortable conditions and wall-to-wall blue skies, but again, everything is backed up to the west and we're stuck in the dreary pattern with the upper level low over top of us, counter clockwise winds continue to bring the showers or pockets of rain inland from the ocean water. now we'll see a cold front come in here by mother's day it will finally kick the low out to sea and up into the canadian maritimes and we'll get into sunshine. today is a day of transition starting out with morning showers and peeks of sunshine by afternoon, by tomorrow it's full sunshine, gray? bring on the sunshine. chris thank you so much. 6:25 is the time in them sports, the longest home run in the majors this season since the phillies had their third straight loss, here's ducis rogers. >> reporter: good morning, as much as phillies have surprised
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people this season so have the marlins. vazquez he finds himself in the 3-0 hole. there's an rbi single. 4-zip marlins. 4-1 in the 4th beginning. peter borjos. 4-3. 5th inning they close the gap. franco. solo shot, gamed tied at 4. we go to the 8th. naris my goodness, 475 feet out of the building it seems, longest homer in the majors this season, the phils lose 6-4. brandon brooks spent time in the classroom yesterday, he spoke to a personal finance class at plymouth white marsh
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high school. he played financial football with the students. as for real football he feels good about the eagles quarterback situation. very exciting. we have a number two pick in carson . our chemistry is good. kentucky darby is later on today, this is the overwhelming favorite, night 3-01 odds. we paid 400,000 for him. he had an amazing rookie career
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and now here he is in the second season, he is going for the championship. that's a looks at sports, i'm ducis rogers, you have yourself a terrific weekend. we'll be back in just a moment. we'll have an update on our top stories that including our breaking news, we learned that fire in montgomery county has claimed the lives of three people, one is a child. we're back after the break. for my family's future. plan and that means taking on debt. in a smart way. like my mortgage - it's working for me. and if he needs a college loan down the road, that'll be worth it too. it's all about having a strategy, that fits your life. so, if you have a question about how to make debt work for you, ask me. sincerely, brandon heaven fellow dad and fellow citizen.
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has claimed the lives of three people one of them is a child. a couple of in south philadelphia dies when a fire breaks out in their home overnight. a suspect is behind bars this morning after going on a two day shooting spree in the washington, d.c. area. plus, hundreds lined the streets of philadelphia to say goodbye to former police commissioner, willie williams. first, our gloomy weather week seems to be stuck. we're about to show you the philadelphia international airport, you may have heard the rain hitting the roof of your home this morning. the rainy weather feels like the unwanted guest you know the one we're talking about, the one that comes over and moves in and never leaves. when are you going to leave? meteorologist chris sowers says hey, the sun is returning. >> reporter: we're booting him out. we've had enough at this point.
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let's get you outside, we have showers out there this morning. what is that, gray, clear conditions? cape may, it was funny because a couple of people tweeted me down in wildwood said the sun was out for 8 minutes, the clouds rolled back in. they are picking up sunshine in cape may. they are seeing breaks in the cloud deck. more clouds expected in the late afternoon into the afternoon. we're seeing that across western new jersey and philadelphia county. this is philadelphia county here this is the eastern shores of the delaware river, palmyra, riverside picking up showers along route 130 and heading westbound on highway 30 getting into radnor and media seeing leftover showers. nothing too heavy, everything is just a nuisance, we've had enough we've picked up well over three inches of rain in the past ten or 11 days.
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50 in allentown. ville mill, 50 and cape may -- millville, 50. and may, 52 degrees, by afternoon, we'll see speaks of sunshine out there, 1:00 p.m., 60. 3:00 p.m., 62. 5:00 p.m., 64. there could be a leftover shower in the afternoon. most of it should be confined to the morning hours. as you look at the west you can see the cold front across the high plains, that's the weather breaker. it will kick the low out to sea and bring changes to the delaware valley. i'll have the details in just a bit. thank you. of course keep handy on all your devices all weekend long heading into mother's day. storm tracker 6 live double scan radar will let you know when any changes are expected in the area. 6:32 is the time let's get you back to breaking news in
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norristown. "action news" has learned that three people have died saturday of an apartment fire, two fatalities are an adult and the other is a child. all nine were injured on dekalb at oak street. the fire started at 4:00 a.m. and is now under control. state police and montgomery county d.a. have been called to the scene. new this morning, a couple was killed by fire overnight inside their home in south philadelphia. investigators say their deaths might have been preventible, flames ripped through a third floor bedroom in the 1700 block of moore street. firefighters brought the fire under control in 17 minutes. when the smoke cleared they found the body of a man in his 70s and woman in her 60s. this family had 6 smoke alarms, but they were orderly smoke alarms and the batteries didn't work, not one of the smoke alarms had a working battery. the commissioner said
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clutter on the other floors would have made it difficult for the mann and woman to escape the home. the cause of the fire is being investigated. a shooting spree that terrorized a suburban washington, d.c. is over. police arrested the man whose suspected killings were personal and at times random. >> reporter: this video shows the dramatic moment when the suspected gunman was caught. eulalio tordil walks to his car and gets inside and police swarm the vehicle and surrounded him, arresting him blocks from one of the crime scenes. four hours earlier at 11:15 a.m., with thousands of customers in the store shots rang out. a woman hit two men trying to help her, shot, as well. all rushed to the hospital. where one of the good samaritans later died. stunt shoppers trapped inside. nordstrom rolled down their metal doors and locked us in
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place. >> reporter: 11:50 a.m., ten miles away another fatal shooting a woman gunned down near the giant supermarket. police suspect eulalio tordil shot and killed his estranged wife at a maryland high school thrult thursday night waiting for her children. he was placed on administrative leave after a civil court brought charges against him for alleged abuse of his wife. it brought back memories of the beltway sniper shootings 14 years ago. he went to the same restaurant that the snipers went to. the irony was not lost on me. >> reporter: this area is breathing a sigh of relief. police in bucks county are looking for the person who threw bricks off an overpass along the
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pennsylvania turnpike and injured a truck driver. this is what the driver's windshield looked like after being punctured by the brick. was thrown from an overpass in bristol township. the driver needed 15 stitches to fix the broken eye socket and fractured jaw. he managed to maintain control of the big rig and safely left the turnpike thursday evening. bricks and rocks, stuff like that, look at me, it cover worse, i could have lost my eye or my life. frightening situation there. it could have been worse for everyone. blake was hauling barrels of flammable material. state police are asking anyone who may have been driving in the area to call them with tips. new new jersey state troor are looking for a driver who hit and killed a woman on route 55 in dep ford township. 32 anabell aponte crashed into a
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tree and got out of the car and looking for help when she was hit and killed. if you have any information call new jersey state police immediately. a final farewell to former philadelphia police commissioner, willie williams. current commissioner, richard ross led a procession yesterday in the first of two public viewings of williams who died last week 'age of 72. a second viewing will be held at zion baptist church today. followed by a funeral. works hit the picket line outside the tropicana hotel. union leaders say casino workers making 80 cents an hour more
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than 12 years ago. 6:37. alcohol may be served at sporting events in happy valley. penn state university trustees have approved aproposal to allow fans to buy alcohol at the football stadiums and other rent rent -- venues. sugarhouse casino hosted the 26th district advisory council banquet. police officers, william winkler and michael quinn and troyesdalr their exceptional service. a lot of money is up for grabs in the powerball jackpot. estimated at $415 because no one
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matched the 6 numbers in the wednesday drawing. it has gone 18 drawings with no one winning. you can see the winning nbc drunker "action news" at 11:00 p.m. just about 6:40. much more to come on saturday morning aide digs of "action news," it is good versus good, captain america takes on iron man in the latest film in the marvel series, we'll have a preview of silver war. plus we have a video of the only person on the planet who goes to a beyounce concert and reads a book. you have to hear this story. also, meteorologist chris sowers will let you know when the sun will return in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. "action news" on a saturday morning continues after this quick break. > get out of here with this,
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i don't want to read this story, but i have to or i'll get in trouble. a few inches of snow blanketed asheville, colorado. home to the arrest kind -- archf weather data. we have rain and now snow in north carolina. >> reporter: look at the positive standpoint, leave it in north carolina and not here. although we've had our fair share of miserable where. it's been kind of odd the way the pattern has developed over the last couple of months, we've
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had ten straight days of sunshine, we're seeing clouds and dreary conditions and yesterday was miserable with the driving rain throughout the area. today we'll see showers in the morning hours and by afternoon we'll see sunshine, that's the beginning of the end for the upper level low that's been stuck over us for the last several days. it will work out to sea. delsea drive from glassboro to woodbury, nothing too heavy, no yellow or orange on the radar. just shades of green. the walt whitman bridge looking wet, as well to the to the commodor barry bridge. we have showers and steadier rain falling. a lot of this will be shutting off shortly. 51 degrees, dewpoint, 47. the pressure reading is holding steady. the winds are not easterly direction at 7 miles per hour. that's why we continue to be
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locked in with all the gray, gloom and doom. 50 degrees in millville, wilmington and dover. cape may, 352. you can see the easterly breeze, because of the easterly breeze and new moon we are expecting flooding conditions for the oceanfront once again this evening, as well as the communities along the delaware bay. if you live in an area that floods, move your car during this evening,'s high tide. visibility is not an issue. most areas are around ten miles. every now and then we're picking up pockets of fog. wilmington, 4 miles per hour. poconos, .3 of a mile. toms river looks like their visibility is 1.3 miles. there's the upper level low spinning its wheels over the philadelphia area with nothing to move along its way until we get to the west, across the high plains and the western great lake states. this is a cold front, the saving grace, this will kick the low out to sea and we'll have clearing conditions just in time
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for mother's day. it will kick it out to sea like a game ever billiards and it will be nice for mother's day. monday is nice, tuesday is nice behind the cold front. we'll have showers come back into the area once again, but nothing like this past week. future tracker 6, cloudy conditions, dreary and leftover showers, and pockets of fog. this afternoon the skies brighten up, you'll see peeks of sunshine. areas that are not seeing the sun you'll see leftover showers, it will be one of those days. if you have outdoor plans, bring along an umbrella, but don't cancel the plans because we won't see the driving way. tomorrow the this is the cold front, this front will bump that low out to sea. wall-to-wall blue skies and ton of sunshine. scattered showers today confined to the morning by afternoon there's a chance of a leftover shower. clouds and sunshine, 64 degrees,
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winds out of the west at 5 to 10 miles per hour. here's the day planner hour by hour, morning showers, by afternoon peeks of sun, temperatures warm through the low to mid 60s. 3:00 p.m., 62. 5:00 p.m., 64 degrees, there's the chance of a leftover shower during the afternoon. overnight tonight, cloudy and dreary, a shower or two after midnight. 49 degrees outlying suburbs. 52 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, better, 64 today. 68 tomorrow, mother's day, clouds and morning shower giving way to afternoon sunshine. it's breezy, but warm, 68 degrees partly sunny for monday, high of 72. tuesday, clouds and sun, high of 70. doing all right, wednesday, thursday, friday, it turns unsettled again, the highs nice and mild we're back in the low to mid 70s, each and everyday there's a chance of showers and or a thunderstorm. so, we've got some light at the end of the tunnel here, hang on. i'm looking for the light. thank so much.
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time 6:46 hundreds gathered in center city to celebrate the 164th anniversary of elwin one of the nation's oldest and private nonprofits that serves people with disabilities. they serve people in new jersey and pennsylvania and california. the theme for the night is then and pennsylvania and california. the theme for the night is then and now, jose culinary delights from 1852. ter. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways to help improve breathing for a full 24 hours. breo contains a type of medicine that increases the risk of death from asthma problems and may increase the risk of hospitalization in children and adolescents.
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so glad you stayed with us on a saturday morning. it is just about 6:50. you're looking live sky6 live hd commodor barry bridge, chester, delaware county. you see all the rain it's going to be a rainy day today. the sun is returning, chris will tell you in just a bit. prince's estate has
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authorized a test on his blood. it will be cruised if it becomes necessary to determine who is entitled to everything prince left behind. he died april 21 at his home in suburban minneapolis. apparently not everyone is a fan of beyounce. we found this person, george gio who was caught reading a book while she sang her heart out for fans on the stage in north carolina. he said i'm going to take a seat and bust out a book. he took out his favorite book, but he said it's nothing against beyounce. i find beyounce a great show women and very attractive, but her music, fine, but not my style. okay. you don't say, sir.
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the book he was reading, the danube pilot by jewels vern. the first of the summer blockbuster comes to the theaters this weekend, robert downy junior and chris evans return to the captain america from the world of marv very well and it does not -- marvel. disney film will knock the jungle book off the top spot this week. captain america the avengers weigh duty versus loyalty. the third film in the captain america series picks up one year after the last avenger film age of you ultron. they are divided as another
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incident results in collateral damage. there's political pressure to install a system of accountability of a governorring governorring -- governing body to direct the team. one is the desire to remain free without government interference, stony stark supports government oversight and accountability. it is a story line that robert downy junior who portrays stark will play out on the scene. i remember the comic book series civil war and i thought if we could pull that out, that would be swell. it is from disney, the parent company of 6abc. sit down, final warning. i could do this all day. >> reporter: for channel 6 "action news" i'm matt o'donnell.
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everyone, 6:55 saturday morning, showers expected over the next couple of hours clouds giving way to peeks of sunshine this afternoon. it turns warmer 64. as far as impacts we won't have impacts like yesterday all the rain and flooding down the shore. there could be minor impacts through 9:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. this morning. you can see how nicely things pan out this afternoon. we'll see clouds and peeks of sunshine and leftover showers, but not as miserable as yesterday. a pattern change gets in here tomorrow. upper level low sits east of philadelphia. you continue to see the onshore winds and miserable conditions.
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we have a cold front that's approaching from the west. this is the pattern change right here, lots of sunshine across the high plain states, western great lakes, this front bumps the low out to sea and we get into nice weather here, tomorrow, monday, tuesday, and wednesday starting out with sunshine before a couple of showers return. finally we'll get rid of the gray and gloom and see the return of brighter conditions starting tomorrow. gray. thank you so much. time 6:56. and, of course, if you're in need of a new desk for your home or office, it can be costly, but you can create one on your own for just a few bucks and lattes here's how to. >> reporter: find a modern desk for mom office did not cheap. they can -- home office isn't cheap. they can run up to 800 bucks. you can make your own with a couple of basic items. the desk we're going to build is
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simple and clean and will give you story. there's nothing complicated about this, we'll do a whole a bunch of straight cuts, these are 2 by 2s this will be the frame and the base of the table. we bought mdf and pop it on top. using the table saw will cut the 2 by 2s at three different sizes. oh, my gosh i did it. that's awesome, good job! next drill your pilot holes for the pocket hole jig. this will hide the screws when you attach it later. use the mdf recipes for the top and side shelves. looks great. >> reporter: apply a coat of paint and you have a contemporary custom desk for
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following for you on "action news." of course, we're tracking breaking news, three people are dead following a fire in montgomery county this morning. we have the latest on the situation. also two people are in the hospital after a fight leads to a stabbing details straight ahead. rain rain go away, please. the delaware valley is soggy from a week of gloomy gray, just awful weather. when will it come to an end? the man with the answers, meteorologist chris sowers outside with a look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. chris when can you get rid of the umbrella? >> reporter: later this afternoon, actually, we have showers over the heart of philadelphia right now as we go over to the radars. we are expecting peeks of sunshine this afternoon and a cold front will kick this moist out to sea tomorrow and tomorrow looks really, really nice. if you have outdoor plans they are tomorrow and not so much today. even though today won't be too bad, tomorrow is the better of


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